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Education by internet is going to change the landscape dramatically. Brick and mortar institutions with expensive tuition will be forced to compete. "Change or die" will become the order of the day.
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Petty Annoyances

William Gensert Wrote: Jun 04, 2014 8:47 AM
It's not that their intelligent, they're brains are simply faster. Oh, and I've been a guilty user of "o" all my life. I had a slightly 0CD girlfriend who it would drive crazy. She was beautiful so I let it go. No vitriol please, I'm just trying to make a funny.
Everything Barack Obama does is in service of his own vanity. This new raft of EPA regulations is no different. Barry wants a legacy, and killing King Coal would certainly allow him to brag that he made a difference.
The difference between Barack Obama and God is that God doesn't think he is Barack Obama.
In the last election, at times, I supported both Cain and Perry, as well as Gingrich and eventually Romney. All would have been a better president than Barack Obama, who is just awful. I would love to see Perry mount a legitimate campaign. He certainly would have my support.
Not that I want to defend a profession that has done so much to deserve the reputation it has, but I like my lawyer.
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Piketty's Envy Problem

William Gensert Wrote: Jun 02, 2014 7:41 AM
I wonder how hard he would have worked on his book had he been told he wouldn't be allowed to profit from its success.
I think the problem is not with the drugs they take. It is when they go off their medication.
Free trade aggreements are always positives, for all nations involved. I'm not sure what the author's objection is.
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Life Under the Obama Doctrine

William Gensert Wrote: May 02, 2014 9:44 AM
Ms. Gluck, I think you hit the nail on the head, Barack Obama is not a strong leader. He demands neither fear nor respect. It will always be Americans only who give him either -- to the great detriment of the nation. The next 3 years should be quite a ride, as America's enemies test our inchoate president.
How true, but I would take the football analogy one step further. At some point in 2012, probably after the first debate, Mitt Romney thought he had the election won, and from that point on, he played 'prevent defense.'
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